Posts taggés avec ‘Tip of Week’

  • Squish tip of the week: Creating an automated test from a manual test

    By on août 28, 2014

    As you begin building your Automated GUI Testing Framework, the first set of tests you’re likely to automate are those manual test cases which while required are perhaps mundane, repetitive or require meticulous detail review. Use existing manual test cases as your base Sample Manual Test Case: Create New...

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to find and use dynamic objects

    By on août 20, 2014

    Squish provides many options when working with dynamic objects: Using Wildcards in the Object Map Using Regular Expressions in the Object Map Using Wildcards or Regular Expressions with Object Real Names in a script Building Object Real Names within a script using information retrieved during script execution Watch the...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Learn using froglogic's new Video Library!

    By on août 14, 2014

    Learn more about Squish using froglogic’s new Video library

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  • Squish tip of the week: Generate data-driven script from data file

    By on août 7, 2014

    Did you know Squish can help you create a data-driven script? Simply highlight the code to loop, right-click and select Make Code Data Driven. By telling Squish which data file to use, Squish will produce the loop and applicable variable statements to extract the data from the data file....

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  • Squish tip of the week: Create tests against a remote environment

    By on juillet 30, 2014

    Your batch runs, or scheduled automated test executions can run remotely without question. But did you know you can also develop and manage tests remotely? With the Squish Server running on the remote environment, the Squish IDE can create and execute tests remotely (you still need the ability to...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Building a script toolbox

    By on juillet 23, 2014

    A different twist on the tip this week. We want to hear from you! What are your most value added ‘toolbox’ scripts? Implementing an automated test framework with re-usability in mind saves time down the road, especially when it comes to script maintenance. Each application should have a toolbox...

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to work with an already running application

    By on juillet 16, 2014

    Question: Is it possible for Squish to hook into (interact with) an application that was started manually? Answer: Absolutely! Here’s how Start the application using start*aut instead of starting it directly: Register the AUT as an Attachable AUT Going Forward Using start*aut you can playback or interact with a...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Handle unexpected events

    By on juillet 2, 2014

    Did you know that Squish can monitor for various events and dialogs? The events can be handled, allowing scripts to continue where they left off. For example, in a Windows application you may install an event handler to react to unexpected open message boxes using MessageBoxOpened. The example below...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Alter test scenario workflow to increase test effectiveness

    By on juin 25, 2014

    Many times tests are implemented using a single approach to validate a desired result. Do users use the application the same way? Changes are high they don’t. Consider enhancing your automated testing to incorporate altering workflows to validate the same end result. Challenge: Come up with (minimum) 3 ways...

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  • Squish tip of the week: Use environment variables in your scripts

    By on juin 18, 2014

    Did you know Squish Test Scripts have access to Environment Variables? Environment variables can contain platform-specific information of value to your test scripts. In Python for example, os.environ returns a string value of the given environment variable. Each scripting language has its own variation. Example getting PATH...

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